These past two days have left me exhausted! Between my normal workload periods of sitting, I’ve been exerting myself in some major nesting, errands, appointments, and other on-my-feet things. I think I need to just sit on the couch for a day to recuperate. Or wear orthotics while I’m up! I’m one of those who has trouble sitting still for too long, and I think my body is just plain out tired these days from carrying around extra weight and working on fattening up the baby these last few weeks at the same time!
Nevertheless, you guys told me that if I could still go to Body Pump and go on hour walks I didn’t deserve a special parking spot, so I passed this sign on by and parked in the regular one!
Between Amazon.com and Babies R Us, we now have everything we need for our bundle of joy to arrive!! It was so fun to pick out the last things. I’m going to do a feature post on BERF next week on the final items we bought. I just have a load or two of laundry to do and a hospital bag to pack and we are ready with a month to go!
I also ran to Motherhood Maternity to pick up a few nursing camis. I checked Target and their stock was terrible, then searched the internet and found lots of bad reviews. I should have just started with Motherhood! I’ve had nothing but great experiences in that store. Today they were buy-3-get-1-free!! Score!
Now could someone please explain to me the proper positioning of this triangular piece of fabric!? I can’t quite figure out where it goes…on the side? Up the middle? Underneath!?
Part of the reason my legs are beat this evening is because we walked downtown for Fridays tonight!
Per usual, we wanted to pack a dinner to enjoy there. Matt said he is tired of “stupid bean salads in tupperware” so his idea was eat-in-the-hand calzones!!
Quite genius if you ask me ; ) He made the dough at the bakery today with his typical whole wheat crust. [FYI, I just updated the recipe with volume and a much easier-to-follow method!!]
Stuffed inside was homemade tomato sauce, green pepper, fresh tomato and cheddar cheese!
Allow Matt to show you how we ate them:
It looked huge, but it was also thin, and I ate nearly the whole thing!
Saved a little room for a treat Karen brought by – a baked peach wrapped in bacon and stuffed with goat cheese! Maybe if we wait patiently she will post her recipe method in the comments
Dark clouds loomed, but that meant a nice breeze and cooler temps! We hung around with our friends Rob and Seamane until my legs gave out and we walked home.
Now about that couch!!